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Aside from the Reserve Reading List, some other good places to start
looking for bibliography are:
- Haugen's Bilingualism in the
Americas, a Bibliography and Resource Guide.
Linguistique published by the Comité Permanent des Linguists
(UNESCO), in the reference section of the library (Z 7001 B.5).
`Sociolinguistics' rubric of Books in Print (Z 1215 P973).
Bibliographies such as Mackey 1972 (Bilingualism); Afendras and Pianarosa
1975 (Child Bilingualism) ; Reinecke, Tsuzaki, Decamp, Hancock and Wood
1975 (Creoles and Pidgins); bibliographies in LLUS, Fishman's
Advances, Readings, etc.; Current Trends in Linguistics
(various volumes on different parts of the world; relevant
bibliographies); the Harvard Encyclopedia of American Ethnic
Groups, Suzzallo Reference E184 A1 H35 (also in Geography Library and
in OUGL) has at least a short piece and bibliography on every ethnic group
in the US. See also other listings on our general bibliography.
the UWIN on-line search in the library (`Express search') to bring up
general topics; the ERIC network is very useful for language-related
searches. The library staff also organize tours that introduce you to
various services and facilities; do not turn up your nose at these.
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